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-up cal. it's sad for me to see in newtown we're having the same kind of debates we had two years ago. i would have hoped after tucson when a member of the house was shot, members of congress would have woken up and said we need to do something. unfortunately it took a tragic incident where there was 26 people killed including 21st graders there seems to be an upswell and wake-up cal but a sad state of events in this country we have to wait until we're most vulnerable, our children are victims for us to act. >> it's a good point, mr. glaze. have we missed and opportunity to pass comprehensive gun laws in the wake of newtown? >> i don't think so. it took seven years to pass the assault weapons ban and get the brady bill enacted. i don't think it will take that law to pass a comprehensive weapons law. the senate will be out of session a couple weeks and we will have dozens of organizers and hundreds of folks who believe as we do because they experienced the loss of child or loved one or shot themselves, will do everything they can to make sure these changes happen. when the senators come b
of the week. >>> bloomberg's not around. shoot, it's just pop with low-cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >> there's a few things we learned at this year's cpac. first, conservative love for sarah palin is sodas is alive and well. on one side you have the gop establishment, the same old members of the republican party like senator john mccain and house speaker john boehner. your typical candidate would be someone like mitt romney. then you have ted cruz and rand paul. it became clear at cpac that grassroots republicans are furious with the establishment's choice in political candidates. 88-year-old activist phyllis schlafly even called for a fight. >> the fight i'm asking you to engage in is between the establishment and the grassroots. the establishment has given us a whole series of losers. bob dole and john mccain and mitt romney. >> boy, that's kind of heavy on jim cary loser. but sarah palin slammed karl rove for picking failed republican candidates. >> if these experts who keep losing elections, keep getting rehired and reeking in millions, if they feel that strongly about who gets
that led to your vote? were you objecting to the rush to judgment without imper cal proof. >> al-qaeda was the ones that invaded our sovereignty, killed our citizens and took down the world trade center on that terrible day and i was convinced we had the evidence that afghanistan an the taliban were heidii i hiding al-qaeda. when the white house came to us with wrairaq, they said you havo trust us. i said i'm a member of congress. we have to take this vote very seriously and i'm not going vote to go into this nation and put our men and women at risk as well as the civilians there, as well as the reputation in the world and not to mention we're in the financial problems we're in because we fought that war and the other war off budget for ten years. >> sure. >> so, those were all things that went through our minds and ultimately, an act to go to war is an act of conscious. and i think members of congress have to take that the most seriously of any vote they make and there wasn't the evidence and that's why i voted no. >> given the violent downpour of opposition to your dissent, you
and wake-up cal but a sad state of events in this country we have to wait until we're most vulnerable, our children are victims for us to act. >> it's a good point, mr. glaze. have we missed and opportunity to pass comprehensive gun laws in the wake of newtown? >> i don't think so. it took seven years to pass the assault weapons ban and get the brady bill enacted. i don't think it will take that law to pass a comprehensive weapons law. the senate will be out of session a couple weeks and we will have dozens of organizers and hundreds of folks who believe as we do because they experienced the loss of child or loved one or shot themselves, will do everything they can to make sure these changes happen. when the senators come back from recess april 8th, they will do more today to buckle down and do what the country is calling on them to do in overwhelming numbers. >> do americans believe we already have universal background checks? is that part of the problem here? >> absolutely right. not only does the general public think that's already the law everybody has to get a background check when at
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